The Truth About Honey

Most of the honey sold today—the stuff you grab off the shelf at Walmart—is highly processed and is nothing more than another form of sugar. It has been processed and refined and tastes marginally like real honey.

Try a side by side comparison if you don’t believe me. Grab a generic brand of honey and taste it side by side with a Raw Honey. You’ll pay much more for the raw honey but you’ll quickly taste the difference.

First take a look at the IN Raw Honey is not just a sugar substitute. It is a nutritional powerhouse that contains approximately 80 different substances that are important to our health.texture and the color. Then try drizzling some of each. Note the differences that you notice. Then, taste the generic honey. Finally, taste the raw honey.

Wow.

(We would love to hear your experiences with your taste test. Tell us about it in the comments!)

Our favorite place to purchase raw honey is at the farmers market directly from a bee farmer. It is fun to have a conversation with them about honey and hear all the amazing stories they have to share about bees and the delicious nectar that they produce.

If you purchase your Honey in a store look for a label that says “100% Pure”. Preferably, find honey that is produced locally in your region. The honey should not be pasteurized, clarified or filtered.

Raw Honey is not just a sugar substitute. It is a nutritional powerhouse that contains approximately 80 different substances that are important to our health.

Raw honey contains:

Vitamins
All of the B vitamins
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
Vitamin K
Minerals & Trace Elements
Magnesium
Sulfur
Phosphorus
Iron
Calcium
Potassium
Iodine
Sodium
Copper
Manganese
Live Enzymes
Antioxidants
Good Bacteria
Amino Acids

Warning: Raw honey should never be fed to babies less than one year old. Use caution when feeding it to children under 4.  This is due to the possible harmful bacteria that raw honey can contain that immature immune systems may not handle well.

FB 100% Pure Honey is not be pasteurized, clarified or filtered.

Reference:

Health Benefits of Honey
http://www.purehealingfoods.com/honeyInfo.php

The benefits of raw honey
http://www.naturalnews.com/035493_raw_honey_health_benefits_antibacterial.html#ixzz4ArT8Ject

Health Benefits of Honey
http://www.benefits-of-honey.com/health-benefits-of-honey.html

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